LA County will decide tomorrow if the indoor mask mandate will return on July 29th. However, what looked like a certainty a week ago seems less certain on the eve of the decision.
In recent days, COVID case numbers have started to level off.
Additionally, public pushback has made a new mask mandate less likely.
First, when working from home, employees may have enjoyed better wireless coverage than what exists in the office – across all areas. That means faster connections and data speeds, clearer voice and video calls, and the like.Read More
In response to swift criticism from unions and public agencies, the California legislature moved to shelve a bill that would have introduced one of the most sweeping vaccination mandates in the state’s history…Read More
SACRAMENTO— California’s statewide, regional and local business communities have come together to announce its key budget and statewide priorities for the governor and state Legislature. In a letter sent to the governor earlier this …Read More
On Wednesday the Los Angeles City Council voted to rescind its longstanding COVID-19 vaccine mandate, signaling a final moment of recovery in the city’s historic struggle against COVID-19. The motion, which will have to be voted on again on March 30th …Read More
After COVID-19 and omicron cases have plummeted, Los Angeles County announced last week on Friday that it would officially lift its indoor mask mandate for vaccinated individuals. This comes after nearly two years of mask mandates …Read More
This month, BOMA International released a new policy brief, “COVID Prevention and Implications for Indoor Air Quality and Energy Usage.” This is the latest addition to BOMA’s series of COVID-19 resources and guidance documents, and it addresses …Read More
At this year’s National Issues Conference, BOMA advocates from across the country met with dozens of members of congress to discuss issues impacting the commercial real estate industry. The 2022 policy priorities advanced on Capitol Hill were BOMA International’s …Read More
Following two years of orders, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors moved to end the eviction moratorium on commercial tenants. This was a huge victory for commercial landlords and businesses that have endured economic hardships amid these moratorium orders. After commercial landlords originally struggled through the commercial eviction moratorium with no end in sight, the commercial eviction moratorium officially expired on …Read More
After almost two years of economic shutdowns, California State Budget is healthy and generating historic surpluses. Governor Newsom released his proposed budget for 2022-2023 on Monday and the Department of Finance followed up with a summary on everything included. California now has …Read More